June 12, 2022


Norbert Kiss has continued his run of scoring every pole position in 2022, taking qualifying two in his usual dominant fashion.

The 2:17.350 was set on his first flying lap in Super Pole, placing him eight-tenths up on the rest of the grid. So confident that his time wouldn’t be beaten, the home hero opted not to go for a second run, and he was correct; the only drivers who improved on their times were fifth or lower. 

Adam Lacko attempted to improve on his 3:18.184 in his second run, but he couldn’t find any more time on track, taking second eight-tenths down. Sascha Lenz will be looking to continue his streak of finishing on every podium with season from third, eight-tenths further down on Lacko with a 3:18.992. 

Jochen Hahn will line up fourth on the grid, but whilst Téo Calvet took Promoter’s Cup Pole with his fifth-place finish, he will be dropped to tenth after his five place grid penalty for the incident at the start of race two is applied. 

This promotes Antonio Albacete, who struggled with a power deployment issue, Andre Kursim, Steffanie Halm, Jamie Anderson and Shane Brereton all up a place, giving Anderson his first Promoter’s Pole of the season. 

Not making it into Super Pole, Anthony Janiec will line up 11th, with Martin Gibson, Steffen Faas and Clemens Hecker completing the 14-truck grid. 

Qualifying results

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